A good life. That’s the prize we are all working towards. To look back on life and know you did everything possible to live it to the fullest: happy, healthy and perhaps even wealthy.
There’s good news for good living. A recent study unveils the secret that could most positively impact longevity, physical health and keep our minds sharp as we age. Continue reading
I hope this post finds you well and, above all, safe. My thoughts and prayers are with all those in Hurricane Harvey’s path, particularly the members of our Koko Family in the Houston area.
The devastation is real and we know it’s far worse than any news coverage can convey. Members of our own Koko Family have lost everything.
We Koko because we want to live our strongest life – so we can enjoy life to its fullest, but also to have the strength – both mental and physical – to withstand the challenges life can throw our way.
I’d like to think living a strong life also means coming together to help one another in times of need.
So this month, I’d like to challenge Koko Nation to help those who need it most right now. There are many ways to help – and you’d be amazed at how much a simple $10 donation can add up to make a big difference.
Text HARVEY to 90999 to donate $10 through the Red Cross or follow the link below to an article below that lists other ways you can help, but time is of the essence.
Sending all of our thoughts and prayers.
This month I’m talking with Lauren Dell’Olio, who heads up the marketing here at Koko FitClub and is a busy mother of three, about the challenge of sticking with fitness during busy summer months.
Many of us fall into this rut each year: It’s summertime and the “living is easy”, and we take time off fitness. That can happen for a variety of reasons. Maybe work is crazy, vacations are calling, the kids are home from school and need more entertaining and chauffeuring, or just the simple fact it’s more fun to sit by the pool with a cocktail than exercise.
Taking that time off, even for the right reasons like enjoying family time, can make it that much harder to get back to where you were on your fitness journey, especially with added weight gain and lack of energy.
Maybe you cannot get to the gym 3 times a week during the summer. It’s okay! Going just 1 or 2 times most weeks during the busy summertime will help maintain your health and fitness and avoid detraining.
So if you’ve hit pause on your fitness this summer, It’s never too late to get that momentum going again. Today’s the day to start – or restart!
President & Co-Founder, Koko FitClub
Let’s brighten up those cookouts!
Black beans can replace meat for an amazing source of protein. Adding them to soups, salads, or wraps can really brighten up your meal and add that extra punch of power. Here’s how to create this delicious black bean and couscous salad.
This month I sat down with my business partner and husband – Mike Lannon, CEO and co-founder of Koko FitClub, to talk about motivation.
We started Koko to make it easier for people to be healthy and fit in order to enjoy all of the things outside of working and the gym. To live a stronger life!
As we were developing the Koko FitClub technology and exercise experience, we conducted endless hours of research to understand what obstacles stand in the way for many people to get fit.
It was clear to us that “staying motivated” was one of the things most people struggle with when it comes to finding a long-lasting fitness solution.
So, when we launched Koko FitClub and our patented Koko Smartraining System, we used technology to build in lots of fun ways to keep people connected to their workouts, making the experience more engaging and motivational. We found that real-time feedback and rewards, like earning points or scoring what we call a “Perfect Workout” can make the difference between a good workout, and a workout that makes you want to come back for more.
But everyone is not motivated the same way, which is why individualized fitness is so important. Each of us needs to find our own way to keep going on our fitness journeys.
Mike and I certainly have our own unique motivators when it comes to our Koko workouts. Check out this video to see what they are. I’d love to hear what keeps YOU motivated to stick to your fitness journey. Please share in the comments below!
Stay Koko Strong!
President & Co-Founder, Koko FitClub